In honor of its 10th anniversary, the Center for Reconciliation at Duke Divinity School will host a lecture titled "Discovering and Embracing Narratives of Reconciliation" by Dr. David Anderson Hooker, an experienced mediator, facilitator, and peacebuilder.
In honor of its 10th anniversary, the Center for Reconciliation at Duke Divinity School will host a lecture titled "Faith-Rooted Community Organizing in a Time of Travail’ by the Rev. Dr. Peter Goodwin Heltzel.
An ordained minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), he is the director of the Micah Institute and associate professor of systematic theology at New York Theological Seminary. He also serves as assistant pastor of evangelism at Park Avenue Christian Church in New York City.
What if there was no “them” in the body of Christ? What if all were simply “we”?
The Center for Reconciliation (CFR) was founded to inspire, form, and support leaders, communities, and congregations to live as ambassadors of reconciliation.
Reconciliation is a collaborative process. The Center for Reconciliation at Duke Divinity works to collaborate both locally and globally by stimulating a growing network of reconciliation scholars and practitioners as well as offering robust resources for reconciliation.
Join us for events, including lectures, panel discussions, workshops, and more.
Duke Divinity School will hold a prayer service featuring STAR (Students Thinking Theologically about Reconciliation), an organization that provides opportunities for students to share their questions about reconciliation in the context of theological education, ministerial preparation and spiritual formation. The event is in honor of the Center for Reconciliation's 10th anniversary.
All are welcome.
Duke Divinity School will hold a Service of the Word with the Rev. Dr. Allan Boesak, Desmond Tutu Chair of Peace, Global Justice and Reconciliation Studies, at Christian Theological Seminary and Butler University, preaching. The event is in honor of the Center for Reconciliation's 10th anniversary.
The Office of Black Church Studies at Duke Divinity School, Center for Reconciliation and Duke University Chapel will host its first "Race & Faith Dialogues" lecture titled "Dear White Christians...So Now What?" by Dr. Jennifer Harvey, professor of religion at Drake University. She is the author of Dear White Christians: For Those Still Longing for Racial Reconciliation.
The brown-bag lunch and lecture is open to the public.
The Center for Reconciliation (CFR) at Duke Divinity School will host a meeting for anyone interested in learning more about the Northeast Asia Reconciliation Initiative.
Dr. Christena Cleveland, associate professor in the practice of reconciliation and CFR director, Janet Xiao M.Div. '15, and M.Div. student Matt Ponder will speak at the discussion on the center's vision for reconciliation, student experiences at the 2015 Forum for Christian Reconciliation in Nagasaki, Japan, and how students can represent the school at the 2016 forum in Hong Kong.
The Center for Reconciliation at Duke Divinity School and the Mennonite Central Committee will sponsor the 3rd annual Christian Forum for Reconciliation — Northeast Asia.
About 60 educators, practitioners and church leaders from China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, and the United States will attend the institute.
The institute is by invitation only.
For more information, contact Chris Rice.